8 ways to revive your self care practise

8 ways to revive your self care practise

However good you are at self care, sometimes things just stop having the same impact. Maybe you’re finding it more difficult to stick to your habits, perhaps you’re feeling tired or maybe you just feel uninspired.Sometimes we need ways of shaking things up to help us...

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Self Care Project: Winter

Self Care Project: Winter

Back at the start of the year (doesn’t that feel like a distant memory now) I blogged about my wellbeing approach for 2019 and specifically my winter intentions.I thought I’d check back in with another post, something I’m going to call my ‘Self Care Project’ with some...

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Goodbye 2018, Hello 2019!

Goodbye 2018, Hello 2019!

Happy New Year (almost)! I have to say I’m very excited that we are now pretty much done with 2018. It definitely wasn’t the easiest year for me, and while I really can’t complain and I still feel a lot of gratitude for all the good things, I’m allowing myself to feel...

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How to create a personalised self care app

How to create a personalised self care app

Ready to get your mind blown? I’m going to show you how to use Google Keep, a free app, to create your own personalised self care app! Before I get into it, this is probably one for my fellow techies, if you’re more of a pen and paper kinda gal and that’s working for...

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Thriva review

Thriva review

Knowing what’s actually going on inside your body can be difficult. Without certain tests, it’s easy for elements of our bodies wellbeing to go unnoticed before we really start and feel unwell. Thriva created their testing service to be an easy way for people to track...

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Becoming more resilient

Becoming more resilient

When my son Finley was just 1 and a half weeks old we took him into A&E with breathing difficulties and ended up discovering he had a heart defect that needed open heart surgery. The time between finding out and him having his surgery at just 8 weeks old and...

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